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Ornitofauna Cvilínského Předního a Zadního kopce u Krnova a její ochrana
Čermák, Václav
Václav Čermák Ornithofauna of Přední a Zadní Cvilínský kopec hills near Krnov and its protection This bachelor thesis deals with the current species representation of ornithofauna of Přední a Zadní Cvilínský kopec hills near Krnov and the occurrence of hollow-bearing trees suitable for hollow-nesting birds in this locality. The results of the thesis also try to find the link between the conditions of the ornithofauna of 2001. For the monitoring of ornithofauna, a census method and a walking method were used. The monitoring of the hollow-bearing trees was carried out by direct field observation. A total of 51 species of birds were found in the monitored locality. Of these, there are 25 nesting and 13 protected by law. In addition, 109 hollow-bearing trees were found in that locality. The work also contains an assessment of the occurrence of hollow-nesting bird species and a framework of the forestry management support of the local ornithofauna.
On the Roots of Church Slavonic Literature in the Slavonic Monastery in Prague
Čermák, Václav
The article deals with the issue of Czech-Croatian cultural history and literary contacts which intensified after the foundation of the Slavonic Monastery in Prague in the mid-14th century. Greatest attention is paid to written sources for Church Slavonic and Czech Glagolitic literature that originated in the 2nd half of the 14th century and early 15th century which were used in this monastery. At first, the author presents the development specifications of Church Slavonic literature in Croatia and points out the historic circumstances which in the northern areas of the Croatian coast enabled the development of Church Slavonic written in the Glagolitic script for Roman liturgy. Attention is also paid to the development of respect for Bohemian saints in Latin and Croatian Glagolitic liturgical sources which in most cases gives evidence of their cult's existence in Croatia prior to the 14th century. The author of the study briefly reminds readers about the individual liturgical booklets of Croatian Glagolitic origin which were used for Slavonic liturgy not only in Croatia but also in the Slavonic Monastery in Prague.
The translation technique from Latin to Old Church Slavonic on the basis of the Gumpold's legend and the Second Old Church Slavonic Life of Saint Wenceslas
Spurná, Kateřina ; Čermák, Václav (advisor) ; Reinhart, Johannes (referee) ; Stankovska, Petra (referee)
The Translation Technique from Latin to Old Church Slavonic on the Basis of Gumpold's Legend and the Second Old Church Slavonic Life of Saint Wenceslas Kateřina Spurná Summary This dissertation analyses the translation technique from Latin to Old Church Slavonic on the basis of Gumpold's Legend (Gump) from the end of the 10th century and its translation, the Second Old Church Slavonic Life of Saint Wenceslas (VencNik), which was written in early Přemyslid Bohemia probably in the second half of the 11th century. The introductory chapters provide the basic characteristics of the Gump and deal with its preservation in manuscripts and other Latin and Old Church Slavonic legends of St Wenceslas. Afterwards, attention is focused on the analysis of the VencNik, its preservation in manuscripts of Russian provenance and the basic phonetic and morphological characteristics of the text. These chapters are followed by a new edition of the VencNik, in which the Old Church Slavonic text is presented in the form actually preserved in manuscripts (unlike the earlier edition of Josef Vašica from 1929, who tried to reconstruct the original version), and compared with the partly revised and supplemented edition of the Gump. The edition of the Old Church Slavonic text is followed by a brief chapter on the biblical quotations...
Charles IV and Emmaus. Liturgy - Text - Image
Kubínová, Kateřina ; Benešovská, Klára ; Čermák, Václav ; Slavický, Tomáš ; Soukup, Daniel ; Šimek, Štěpán
The book collects the more recent findings about the Prague Slavonic monastery (Emmaus monastery) which was founded by Charles IV and about the literary production of the Charles IV era. The contributions were written by slavists, bohemists, historians of literature and historians of art mainly the specialists from Czech Academy of Sciences. The texts base on the papers from workshop of the same name.
The Apocryphal Gospel of Bartholomew in the Slavonic Tradition
Chromá, Martina ; Čermák, Václav (advisor) ; Bláhová, Emílie (referee) ; Reinhart, Johannes (referee)
The Apocryphal Gospel of Bartholomew in the Slavonic Tradition (Martina Chromá) Abstract The thesis deals with the Slavonic translation of the apocryphal Gospel of Bartholomew (Questions of Bartholomew), which is a literary monument written in Greek most likely in the 3rd century. The text of the monument has survived in two known Greek, two Latin and six Slavonic manuscripts. These Slavonic manuscripts are dated between the 14th - 18th centuries, with two of them pertaining to the Russian redaction of the Old Church Slavonic and the other two to the Serbian redaction. The objective of the thesis is to identify the most probable place and time assignment of the original Slavonic translation of the monument, and an outline of lines by which the manuscripts were spread in the Slavonic environment. By a detailed textological and lexical analysis we come to the conclusion that all the Slavonic manuscripts containing the text of the monument stemmed from one common archetype originated most likely in Bulgaria during the 10th century. The Slavonic translation was later moved from Bulgaria to Kievan Rusʼ, where the manuscripts were further spread and where the text of the monument was adjusted; this is how the manuscripts can be divided into two separate redactions. The manuscripts were also spread from Russia to...
Image of Foreigner in Moscovian Texts about Time of Troubles of 17th Century
Leshkova, Olga ; Příhoda, Marek (advisor) ; Čermák, Václav (referee)
The objective of the master's thesis is to analyze the image of foreigners in Moscovian texts written during the Time of Troubles and soon after it in early 17th century. The thesis will also focus on the perception of foreign influence on political and cultural development of Russian state and society. Due to the fact that the perception of foreigners in Muscovite Russia can be regarded in many aspects as a result of traditional religious and historical thinking concepts which had been widespread in the country by the end of the 16th century, we will pay particular attention to the formation of medieval Moscovian thinking. By means of discourse and comparative analysis we will try to fulfil the following goals: 1) to study the religious and historical thinking formation process in medieval Russia up to the beginning of the 17th century; 2) to analyze various specific features of Moscovian texts from early 17th century in terms of foreigners' perception; 3) to put the issue of foreigners' perception into a wider cultural and historical context, especially with regard to appropriate literature and thinking tradition. This study is based on Moscovian texts of different nature, which reflect the Time of Troubles. We also use a wide range of appropriate secondary literature. Key Words: Time of...
A.D. Grigoryev's dialectological heritage in the context of Siberian dialects studies.
Kipchatov, Mikhail ; Lendělová, Věra (advisor) ; Čermák, Václav (referee)
The following Master's thesis is devoted to the topic of Russian Siberian dialects, which are based on Great Russian dialects. The aim of the thesis is to present and evaluate a unique and still unexplored source of dialectological information - the work of the Russian scholar A. D. Grigoryev Русские старожильческие говоры Сибири written. This manuscript, which is still stored at Grigoryev's personal fund at the archives of the Academy of Sciences in the Czech Republic, is an extensive work containing more than 1,600 pages, where dialectal features of more than 550 municipalities in 12 provinces of Siberia are described. Theoretical part (Chapter I) shows the history of research of Siberian dialects as secondary dialects, their main specifics and history of settlement in Siberia. A. D. Grigoryev's life and work are introduced in Chapter II (practical part), along with detailed analysis and description of Russian Siberian dialects from the phonetic, morphological, lexical and syntactic point of view, based on the above mentioned work with an indication of toponyms where relevant linguistic phenomena are registered. The Master's thesis is mainly based on Russian materials, which deal with the topic of Siberian dialects. The main method applied in the thesis is a descriptive method.
The Life and Work of A. D. Grigoryev
Lemeškinová, Michaela ; Kovačičová, Oľga (advisor) ; Kšicová, Danuše (referee) ; Čermák, Václav (referee)
The presented dissertation (doctoral thesis) is devoted to the life and creative heritage of the Russian philologist of the first half of the 20th century A.D. Grigorjev (1874-1945). The subject of examination contains for the very first time the emigration period (1922-1945) of his life and works. His intellectual legacy, kept in the archive of the Czech Academy of Sciences and not generally known to the public, involves not only published books but handwritten studies either. This is the first coherent scientific biography of A.D. Grigorjev revealing changes of the scholar's interests and study impulses, showing the development of his methodological stands and the value of his research, and at the same time it puts his scientific activities in the broader context of life events. The segmentation and the structure of the dissertation are required by wide range of disciplines A.D. Grigorjev was interested in in the course of his life in the areas of Central and Eastern Europe and Siberia. The first chapter, dealing with his life and scientific doings before emigration, starts with a short description of his origin and high school (grammar school) education (1.1.). Introduction to his Moscow's period, involving the main three fields of his scientific research: medievalism (1.2.1.), folklore (1.2.2.)...
The First Bulgarian State in Historical Memory of the Byzantine Rule and the Second Bulgarian Tsardom
Kulhavý, Adam ; Příhoda, Marek (advisor) ; Čermák, Václav (referee)
This thesis deals with the historical memory in the context of Bulgarian medieval history. Its main objective is to evaluate the role played by the historical memory of the first Bulgarian state in the period of Byzantine domination and the Second Bulgarian Empire. In the first part of this work the current view of the Bulgarian historiography on this topic is critically reviewed. A section, which focuses on historical memory during period of the Byzantine rule aims to assess how and in what form could the historical memory of the First Bulgarian state preserve. It tries to describe this memory as a dynamic process. It aims at the causes that led to the gradual disintegration of historical memory after the end of the First Bulgarian State, such as the decay of higher domestic political elites and loss center. It also analyzes the factors that helped to store memory about the state. In the third part of the thesis deals with the way how was the historical memory of the first Bulgarian state treated in the Second Bulgarian Empire. It examines the way in which historical memory has been used to legitimize the very existence of the Second Bulgarian State. It also describes on the basis of contemporary sources the scope and knowledge of the history of the First Bulgarian State in the Second Bulgarian...
Compounds in Old Church Slavonic
Zábranský, Lukáš ; Čermák, Václav (advisor) ; Bláhová, Emílie (referee) ; Bauerová, Helena (referee)
In the dissertation Compounds in Old Church Slavonic, the author seeks to shed light on the issue of how to view words formed by composition in the Old Church Slavonic literature. The methodology of processing compounds in Old Church Slavonic is discussed in a separate chapter, which also summarises the recent literature on compounds with the references to key works. It goes on to explain and justify the principles adopted for the analysis of lexemes. Individual chapters, in addition to the various types of composition and the types of compounds divided by the author, also deal with the genre or frequency of specific examples. In the first place it was with a justification defined which lexical units were taken into account in the paper and vice versa, which were not included in the corpus. In the chapter on the methodology, the use of criteria and aspects was justified. Subsequently, a space was devoted to the issue of the so-called connecting morpheme of compounds, its origin and form in specific lexemes, an analysis from a formal point of view. The order of criteria in chapters is determined by their scope, i.e. their applicability to a greater or lesser range of compounds. Statistical data was taken into account in individual groups of lexemes. Subsequently, the compounds were examined in terms of word...

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